Many famous people are associated with these Shelby County historic places including W.C. Handy, Sam Phillips, W.M. Randolph, Paul Barret, Dr.Martin Luther King Jr. and John S. Toof.
Some of the country's most noteable architects helped create the Shelby County places including Dionicio Rodriguez, Jones & Furbringer, unknown, John Gaisford, Frank Nesbit, G.M. Shaw, Hubert Thomas McGee, Sam Margolin, Edward Terrell and Regan & Weller. Prominent architectural styles found in Shelby Country are Colonial Revival, Bungalow/Craftsman and Late Gothic Revival.
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